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· October, 2010

Stories about Digital Activism from October, 2010

Americas: Virtual Memorial for 72 Victims of Migrant Mass-Killing

Over the last two months, renowned journalist Alma Guillermoprieto has led an online project in response to the mass killing of seventy-two migrants that took place in the Mexican state...

Trinidad & Tobago: LGBT Community Speaks Out

Haiti: Cholera Outbreak

Brazil: citizen coverage of election runoff

Bahamas: Set a Better Example

Cuba: Standard of Living

Guyana: Just Say “Hell, No”!

US: Stop Meddling with Palestinian Online Conversations

“United Russia” Ideologist Calls to Forbid Official Blogs

China: Mapping violent evictions for homebuyer awareness

The many forceful evictions in China and their tragic victims are widely reported upon and discussed online, but what can be said about housing that goes on the market after...

China: The social and political implication of “Car Accident Gate”

Brazil: activists, bloggers defend freedom of expression

Russia: Blogger Navalny Tries to Prove That Fighting Regime is Fun

One of the most prominent Russian bloggers that use the Internet for fighting corruption in Russia, Alexey Navalny, gives interview to "RuNet Echo" He contemplates if the blogosphere can have...

Haiti: Upcoming Elections

Bermuda: Ahoy There!

Trinidad & Tobago: On Homophobia


Russia: Online Activism Success Stories

While Internet analysts across the Atlantic are busy arguing whether technology brings about social and political change or not, bloggers in Russia add their humble contributions to the debate, probably...

Bahamas: It's Time

Trinidad & Tobago: “Anansi Antics”

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